Probity & Ethics In Practice

An in-depth look at probity, honesty, the risk matrix and the expectations of regulators when a probity issue is identified, with an emphasis on insight, reflection and remediation.

Live online events

  • 18 Oct 2021
    1 day, 9:00 AM BST - 5:30 PM BST
    Online
    • PD hours: 7
    • £500.00 incl. VAT
  • 11 Nov 2021
    1 day, 9:00 AM GMT - 5:30 PM GMT
    Online
    • PD hours: 7
    • £500.00 incl. VAT
  • 03 Dec 2021
    1 day, 9:00 AM GMT - 5:30 PM GMT
    Online
    • PD hours: 7
    • £500.00 incl. VAT
  • 18 Jan 2022
    1 day, 9:00 AM GMT - 5:30 PM GMT
    Online
    • PD hours: 7
    • £500.00 incl. VAT
  • 21 Feb 2022
    1 day, 9:00 AM GMT - 5:30 PM GMT
    Online
    • PD hours: 7
    • £500.00 incl. VAT
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    Description

    This course is for people who have had a concern or complaint of any kind in relation to professional conduct.  It covers the fundamentals of what is required when conduct is in question, and gives a start in responding to formal processes. It can be taken as a stand-alone course, or as a pre-cursor to our intensive tailored three-day  programmes.

    Indicative Content

    • Exploration of probity
    • Linking values and ethics
    • Examination of honesty and dishonesty
    • Review of core requirements in formal processes
    • The matrix of risk in relation to conduct
    • Context and cause 
    • Insight - defining and understanding
    • Reflection - what it takes 
    • Remediation & restoration - what is needed
    • Power differential, uses and misuses
    • Counter-dependency
    • Ways of being explored
    • Vulnerability - a core component 
    • Next steps - outlining ways forward

    Learning Methods

    • Pre-course reading
    • Sharing narratives
    • Knowledge sharing
    • Recorded lecture
    • The Professionalism Game®
    • Group discussion
    • Presentations
    • Individual time 

    Goals & Intended Outcomes

    • Increased understanding of probity in professional practice.
    • Expanded awareness of responses to formal processes.
    • Begun to have developed new approaches to ethics.

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